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  • XML file format switch generates Office 12 buzz

    IT professionals at TechEd 2005 say the storage benefits from Microsoft's planned move to new default file formats should help IT managers justify a move to the next version of Office. 

  • Will a stripped-down Windows XP reach the summit?

    Microsoft's plans for Eiger could help businesses get more shelf life out of older Windows desktops, but how many companies want to save their dinosaur hardware from extinction? 

  • Microsoft releases first service pack for SBS 2003

    There are five separate downloads as part of the Windows Small Business Server 2003 SP1 package. 

  • Decision points for Exchange hosting

    There are good arguments for and against outsourcing Microsoft Exchange Server. One Exchange consultant offers a list of pros and cons. 

  • Microsoft not undercutting its partners, CIO says (Page 2)

    Yes, a "limited number" of Microsoft customers are outsourcing some of their IT operations to Microsoft, CIO Ron Markezich says. No, Redmond is not out to challenge IBM Global Services. 

  • R2 beta for Windows Server 2003 released

    The second test version of Microsoft's Windows Server 2003 R2 is now available for download. 

  • Exchange hosting makes a comeback

    If you thought the concept of Exchange hosting ended with the era of the dot-com, think again. It's making a strong comeback -- and for all sizes of organizations. 

  • Windows and Linux: Unraveling support options

    There are lots of commercial and free versions of Linux available for integration in a Windows enterprise. Each Linux option comes with its own support mechanisms and issues for Windows IT managers to consider. 

  • Cluster version of Windows Server delayed

    Microsoft offers a new timetable for the release of Windows Server 2003 Compute Cluster Edition, but few other details. 

  • The ROI of server consolidation

    It might be a quick route to lowering your TCO, but server consolidation comes in various forms -- and IT managers need to know the pros and cons attached to each option before choosing a consolidation path.